Here is the story of a truly momentous undertaking involving a truly historic steam locomotive. Then in December 1991 and former AT&SF steam locomotive #3751 returned to the Santa Fe mainline. See it all in this two disc set.
Volume 1 tells the story of a truly momentous undertaking involving a truly historic steam locomotive. Built in 1927, locomotive 3751 was the first 4-8-4 for the Santa Fe and the first ever for Baldwin Locomotive Works. She was the first of Santa Fe’s passenger trains to arrive at the new LAUPT in 1939. After 10 years and thousands of hours of concerted effort, 3751 was returned to the rails in elegant splendor.
Volume 2 picks up the story after #3751 has returned to the Santa Fe mainline. She’s heading up a 4-day maiden excursion after years of restoration effort. Her journey is going to take her from Los Angeles to Bakersfield via Cajon and Tehachapi Passes and Pentrex is with her to capture the thrill of big steam on the rails!